Spring 2020, in the heart of the pandemic.
Walking the dog (or vice versa) along Riverside Park, masked and safely distanced. That's the George Washington Bridge in the background.
Shot with Fujifilm X-T2 and Acros-R film emulation.
This is the scene on Memorial Day 2020.
Masks, quiet, birds singing....
Few people on what is ordinarily a day mobbed with tourists and locals taking to our great park. With music, vendors, artists, bikers, joggers, horses & buggies, and a pond filled with rowboats. Now: this.
This image with X-T2, 18-55mm Fuji Lens, Acros-R film emulation.
I created this slideshow of images that I took of a maiko walking around Miyagawacho, in Kyoto, this September. I edited all of the images in Capture One using Fujifilm's new film simulation, classic negative. When Fujifilm provides the X-T3 with classic negative via a future firmware update, I am sure it will be even better. However, I am liking the new film simulation already for street photos. What do you think of classic negative for your own photos?
Fujifilm X-T3 , Canon EF 300mm f4L IS, Fringer EF-FX Pro ii
When shooting fine RAW with simulation set to b/w options the RAW file is in full colour.
I want to be able to convert a RAW b/w image via Adobe Raw without converting from colour to greyscale first.
Am I missing something here? Am I stuck with just the jpeg in say Acros?
I downloaded the new version of Capture One 11.3, which supports tether shooting on GFX cameras, but I'm having some trouble getting things to work properly.
When I connect up the GFX 50S to my MacBook Pro the software sees the camera and lets me trigger it remotely. But the RAW image that's transferred over only shows up as a VERY low res preview. The rest of the image is missing. The files have transferred, because I can see them on Finder and open them through Lightroom/Photoshop. Whatsmore, I can shoot Raw files to card and open them in Capture One 11.3 OK.
Anyone else had any problems?
You. may get a better answer posting your question in one of the forums related to the camera body you have.
If you have a recent camera body, you can go to the menu for pc connection and choose usb card reader, save the choices, and restart the camera after plugging the cable into your computer. You can then use Apple’s built-in Camera Import software to copy the files to your drive.
Or get a usb card reader, put the sd card in it, connect the reader to your computer and use the finde